- 5 Most Strongest GTA Protagonists Over the many years of GTA's existence, the game has been constantly adding new characters, some of whom are especially remembered by fans for their strong character and rich life story. The main characters are an important part of any game because they are the mainstay of the fan base and the overall impression of the game. Let's take a closer look at the 5 main protagonists of the Grand Theft Auto.
Huang Lee from GTA Chinatown Wars takes an honorable fifth place. Born in China in the family of a Triad leader, the guy initially did not show great promise,... Continue reading
- Why Is Warzone 2 Riddled With Negative Reviews From Fans and Critics? CoD Warzone 2 turned out to be the project that resulted in very bad reviews from the players. In the reviews on the largest gaming platforms Metacritic and Steam, angry fans do not hesitate to describe in detail all of the shortcomings of the game. And even despite the fact that the game was released on November 16, it has received a flurry of criticism over the past two weeks.
For those who have not yet played Warzone 2, the precedent that an online shooter received 6,000 negative reviews out of 9,000 seems unthinkable. And this situation can be traced not... Continue reading
- Google Сreates a Giant AI-Language Model With Support for 1,000 World Languages The search giant has been working on artificial intelligence (AI) for years and is now turning its attention to building a giant AI language model that can support 1,000 different languages. The company believes that this will be a major breakthrough in terms of AI applications and will enable them to better understand the complexities of language.
The company has already built a smaller version of the model, which it calls the Google Neural Machine Translation system (GNMT). But the new model will be much larger and more complex, supporting a wider range of languages.
The project, which is called the Google... Continue reading
- PayPal Welcomes Venmo and BNPL Growth for Q3 Will Work with Apple Payment Products PayPal has announced that it will accept Apple's new payment products, Apple Pay and Apple Cash, as well as continue to invest in growth areas like Venmo and buy now, pay later (BNPL) products.
Venmo, PayPal's popular peer-to-peer payment app, continued to be a bright spot for the company. Venmo processed $37 billion in payments in the third quarter, up 72% from the same period last year.
PayPal also announced that it is expanding its partnership with Square to offer PayPal as a payment option on Square's e-commerce platform. The partnership will initially roll out to select sellers in the US and... Continue reading
- Unique Features of Updated Google Play Since last year, Google has published monthly breakdowns of all system updates, detailing new tools and features. Developers recently introduced us to the Kids Space, compromised password warnings, and new Wear OS functionality. A recent report concerns the Play Store and its Protect tool.
The first change concerns app page listings, which may not be as noticeable to regular users. Minor modifications to the system of permissions and requirements are aimed at allowing you to make a more informed decision when choosing products about whether you need to install a particular game or application. Publishers and developers will likely be the... Continue reading
- Spotify Runs New Audiobook Service The Spotify representatives officially announced the launch of a new service for listening to audiobooks. So far, this feature is available to users in the United States, but if the launch is successful, the geography will be expanded.
According to the official announcement, the service’s users will be able to view more than 300 000 titles and get an improved interface designed specifically for listening to audiobooks. For US users, along with podcasts and music, a section with audiobooks, as well as related recommendations, is now available. However, instead of making a general subscription to new functionality, you have the option... Continue reading
- Facebook Shuts Down Live Shopping The "live shopping" feature was launched on Facebook in 2018 in Thailand. After a period of testing, Facebook released this update, which promised to be successful. It was supposed to give entrepreneurs the ability to sell their goods interactively.
In 2020, the live shopping function became available to more Facebook users. At the same time, the service appeared on the Instagram platform. The online shopping function was supposed to be a good source of income for some entrepreneurs. And it was possible to sell both their products and the products of partners.
By implementing this option, Facebook adopted its experience from China,... Continue reading
- Telegram Beta for iOS Reveals Premium Features It is speculated that the latest beta version of Telegram released for iOS devices, namely 8.7.2, boasts some premium features such as additional emoji reaction options and brand-new stickers. According to the Telegram beta channel, these are part of the Telegram Premium paid pack. It’s a common interpretation that users will get the offer to subscribe to the premium version of Telegram whenever they try to interact with these features. Generally, it appears that the rapidly growing instant messaging app is looking for new ways of increasing its revenue other than through advertising.
While the talks about Telegram becoming a paid... Continue reading
- Netflix Admits Losing Subscribers Netflix has reported a total loss of subscribers amounting to 200,000 people globally as compared to last year’s quarter four. According to the provider, this is likely not the end of its struggle, with even greater losses forecasted in the following quarter of 2022. In a letter addressing stakeholders, Netflix writes that its revenue growth has slowed down noticeably. It notes that the pandemic of COVID-2019 might have led to a misestimation of what as going on as it caused the number of Netflix users to surge back in 2019. Presently, the total number of subscribers nears 222 million. This... Continue reading
- Top 5 LEGO Video Games Ever The decision to translate LEGO into the video game language in1997 was incredibly right and gave us a series of unforgettable experiences with LEGO Star Wars on top. In 2022, the franchise is still very popular with a huge following on TikTok, where the largest part of the young fanbase gets together. Until the new games come out in 2022 and beyond, let’s look back at the best video game installments in the series.
1. LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga, 2007
This mega game pack covers all 6 episodes of the classic saga and remains very popular amongst adult fans and... Continue reading
- New Sonic the Hedgehog Logo is Awesome This year is going to be big for all the fans of the bright-blue hedgehog. The courageous Sega frontman has a lot to offer to fans this year, including a movie, several TV shows, new comics, and even a new game. All these wonders are a part of the 2022 Project Sonic. Unfortunately, we don’t have any details about the content yet, but we can at least look at the new logo of the franchise.
Simple & Great
Sega has recently revealed a brand new logo for Project Sonic 2022. It’s a minimalistic blue silhouette of Sonic based on the 90’s Project... Continue reading
- Fallout TV Show: Is It a Good Idea? Let’s be fair, the history of video game cinema and TV adaptations is full of failures. Hollywood has been trying to translate games into the cinematic language for decades, but it appears to be much harder than it seems. The industry doesn’t stop trying, though and the latest Amazon announcement proves that. Amazon TV show production announced that it started working on Bethesda's Fallout TV show!
Will it Shoot?
The synopsis of Fallout sounds very promising on paper. Retro-futuristic post-apocalyptic Manhattan with wastelands full of mutants, cannibals, mad looters, and robot butlers – isn’t it a perfect formula for a smashing TV... Continue reading